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- adj. ignored
- adj. neglected
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disregard.
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- adj. not noticed inadvertently
Sorry, no etymologies found.
But in embracing the English language, Ankst prepared the ground for one of the remarkable success stories of the 1990s: the "cool Cymru" scene (a term disregarded in Wales in much the same way as trip-hop is in Bristol).
Even though you knew that the scary bit was coming - your brain disregarded it, yet you still jumped.
Additionally, the fact that General Petreaus 'request this past summer that the Haqqani Network be placed on the US government's global terrorist group black list, thereby disallowing any possibilities for negotiations, has been disregarded, is a positive step that keeps open the chances for a settlement between the Afghan government and a major part of the Afghan insurgency.
Interesting that he used the phrase disregarded since he clearly disregarded how his children will view his actions when they reflect on their parents divorce.
But beware, we must continue our vigilance, lest our wishes be again disregarded by supporters of the overthrow of our voted term limits and, other issues we've voted for or against.
The other current, long disregarded, is the vulgar, popular, or oral tradition.
The alloy of silver, hitherto disregarded, is increasing at a rate which will imply a more complicated process, and retard the result.
Well, you're able to toss out a couple of titles, but I didn't hear any actual examples of *how* those titles disregarded logic or continuity.
The imperious necessity in which we find ourselves of mastering a common language at the age of globalisation is so obvious that the culture making it possible is often disregarded, which is certainly regrettable, but inevitable.
Some of them have proposed that the 1962 agreements be disregarded, that is, to once again bring up the thesis of their right to invade us.